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Akamai Riding the E-Commerce Wave

When you're cool, clever and intelligent, things just seem to fall into place so much easier. That's probably how Akamai Technologies employees felt Friday, as round after round of good news rolled through the company's Cambridge, Massachusetts headquarters -- like a Waikiki wave.

E-Coupon Providers Cut and Save Lawsuit

Two of the Internet's leading coupon providers reached an agreement this week to settle a patent lawsuit which has tied the Internet coupon industry in knots.

$40 Million IPO Reveals Signs of Intelligent Life

They were aiming for $46 million (US$) and they obtained $41 million after expenses, which makes Intelligent Life's IPO Thursday less than remarkable, but surely a success of some kind for the North Palm Beach, Florida-based publisher of Web personal finance sites.

Slimming Down “E” Style

Despite the blaring headlines, the madcap rush to the top and the frenzied race to the IPO starting gate, not everything on the Internet is focused on growth and gain. In fact, one Ft. Lauderdale, Florida-based company is making its name promoting loss. Weight loss, that is.

On a Memorable Day, Lycos Inks Deal with Infonautics

Wednesday, May 12 is day to remember for Lycos. First came the announcement that the planned merger between Lycos (Nasdaq: LCOS) and USA Networks unraveled like a ball of yarn after Lycos shareholders roundly rejected the deal. Then came the announcement that the two had salvaged some pre-merger wor...

TheStreet.com Hits the Street

Since it first hit the online street back in 1996, TheStreet.com (Nasdaq: TSCM) has been a media favorite in offering financial news with attitude. Unlike many of its bottom line, straight-faced competitors, TheStreet.com seems to revel in lacing its comprehensive financial news with witty commentar...

High-Flyer Netcentives Signs Agreement With TWA

Many frequent-flyers would likely say that they deserve a reward for flying America's domestic network these days, and an Internet promotional company which offers perks to do so might be the first to agree with them.

AOL and Banks Sign New Online Agreement

Cementing an existing deal that has helped lead to one of the Internet's most heavily-visited sites, America Online (NYSE: AOL) and five leading U.S. banks announced multi-year marketing agreements Monday.

CDNow Sales and Losses Hit High Notes

If CDNow, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNW) executives were to play a tune to summarize their latest financial statement, it could be "Both Sides Now," by Joni Mitchell.

MIT Announces Finalists for E-Commerce Awards

MIT's Sloan School of Management is calling it "a cross between the Oscars and the Internet," which would make their first annual MIT Sloan E-Commerce Awards a true revenge of the nerds.

MiningCo.com Reports Q1 Rising Revenues, Net Loss

They don't claim to have struck the mother lode, but MiningCo.com executives (Nasdaq: MINE) were optimistic Wednesday, when they announced that first quarter revenues reached $2.4 million (US$). This represents a 15-fold increase over its 1998 first-quarter figures, and a 10% increase over 1998 four...

Homebid.com Gets $25 Million Foundation

In an announcement that is sure to spark the home fires at homebid.com's headquarters, the company announced Tuesday that it has received a $25 million (US$) infusion from three venture capital firms.

Cryptocurrency is a viable hedge against inflation: Agree or Disagree?
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